Lecture: Shell Houses and their Artists

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Lecture: Shell Houses and their Artists

National Botanic Gardens, Saturday 12th January 2019

Gerald and Margaret Hull, who have written extensively on the subject of shell houses and grottoes, will speak about some of the artists of the past 300 years, with a particular focus on the botanical artist Mary Delaney who lived on nearby Glasnevin Hill. They will also tell us about the shell house still extant today in Ireland.

Free lecture. No booking.


Date:
Saturday 12th January 2019
Time:
2.30pm - 3.30pm
Price:
Free
Address:
National Botanic Gardens, Botanic, Dublin 9, Ireland

Google Map of National Botanic Gardens, Botanic, Dublin 9, Ireland

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